Sally is an incredible singer but she'd rather join a nudist colony than sing in public. That is until she ventures to New York where a wild summer of love and loss changes her forever.
Sally returns home to London, but as she's about to embark on her new life, a beautiful man turns up on Sally's doorstep. Does he hold the truth to what happened in New York? And, with him back on the scene, will she still have the courage to step into the spotlight?
"One of Britain's most talented rising stars" (Huffington Post)
"Romantic and laugh-out-loud hilarious" (Cosmopolitan)
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This book is one of my favourite chick-lit books. Certainly, the end of the story is predictable as it usually is with books in this genre. Still there are lots of surprises and interesting characters on the way.
I really liked Jan Borsos, even if he is light years away from the typical Hungarian man. (Trust me, I have first hand experience with them.) But what I really liked about the book was how the love relationship developed between the two main characters. In addition, I looove operas, and while I was reading, I was constantly looking up the arias mentioned and listening to them. This book really made me fall in love with opera again. I wasn't completely happy with the ending though. I think the book should have ended ca. 100 pages earlier, after the heart-to-heart conversation in the wardrobe... I also had issues with the explanation as to why someone ignores someone else, even if they are in love with that person. Nevertheless, I highly recommend this book to fans of the opera and chick-lit.
No need to rename it, I find the title quite good.
I really liked Stevie Lacey's narration.
I loved how it was set over a year and skipped back and forth between London and New York.
I loved the story, I wasn't sure about the Opera side of it when I read the synopsis but I loved it.
Too long for 1 sitting but I did struggle to stop listening to it.
This is my second Lucy Robinson book, I just loved it. Her characters in her books are just so well written! Can't wait to read the next one